This looks like the remains of a jelly fungus found at Ogden L.N.R.
Friday, 21 October 2011
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
Many thanks to those who attended the meeting, we have a new committee member in Mike Henshaw who's knowledge of the reserve will be invaluable to our group. Thanks to Mike for accepting the invitation. A special thanks also to Hugh for walking us through the process of setting out a constitution. We as a group have set out an interim constitution that will be ratified at the next meeting and will be held in place until a full A.G.M., where it can then be made permanent by the full membership. This will give us the means to start a membership list / bank account / fund raising etc without having to wait until March. My thanks to Lisa for taking the minutes and typing this up. Anyone wanting a copy if you could e-mail me at email@example.com I will endeavour to send you one. A date has been set for the A.G.M. for the 21st of March 2012 venue to be announced at a later date, I hope you will all come along where we are hoping to have a slide show of members pictures and maybe some supper. The next meeting of the group will be on the 23rd of November at the adult learning centre in Brighouse ALL WELCOME please come along and show your support.
Yours Graham Haigh
Posted by Bruce at 10:53
Sunday, 16 October 2011
Thursday, 13 October 2011
Culling may spread TB by perturbing badgers' social groups - but vaccination would not.
The UK's first independent badger vaccination project has proved that the technique is "viable and affordable", according to the charity running it.
The Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust vaccinated 35 badgers during the summer against the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB) in cattle. Full story.
Posted by Calderdale Wildlife at 16:58
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Proposal to introduce five Dog Control Orders to Calderdale.
The document can be viewed in full here:You can respond to the Consultation here:
and the on-line questionnaire is here:
Original post from Hugh Firman
Posted by Bruce at 15:24
To get to grips with Beech versus Birch, The Alder versus Elder, plus many other common trees.
Join this friendly, informal group for short walks specifically to enjoy and learn about trees.
Alternating between rural and urban walks, you will soon become aware of the exotic species and variable garden trees and learn to pick out the native species.
Walk 1: Meet outside Halifax Adult Education Building in Horton Street, at the junction with Union Street, Sunday 23rd October at 09.00 for 9.15 for a 2 HOUR urban walk around the centre and outskirts of Halifax – an easy walk of approximately 1½ miles. Dogs welcome. Please dress brightly for road safety, and bring a notebook. Fee £6:00 for two walks to the Halifax Scientific Society, Natural History Group. (Members free).
Contact Steve Blacksmith on 01422 348222.
Posted by Bruce at 14:50
Sunday, 2 October 2011
|Arrowhead at Cromwell Bottom LNR|
Posted by Calderdale Wildlife at 11:34